The following notable people have the surname "Botham"

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Ian Chappell - World Series Cricket and Aftermath
... who was in Victoria on a cricketing scholarship, Ian Botham ... continues and Channel Nine used it as a marketing ploy when Botham temporarily partnered Chappell as a television commentator during the 1998–99 season ... Botham again revived the feud in his 2007 autobiography with another version of the incident ...
List Of Historical Records Of The Milwaukee Panthers - Women's Basketball
... seed) Record Coach Coaches AP NCAA/WNIT 2011-12 Horizon League (8) 9-21 Sandy Botham 2010-11 Horizon League (6) 12-18 Sandy Botham 2009-10 Horizon League (9) 12-19 Sandy Botham 2008-09 Horizon ...
Liam Botham
... Liam James Botham (born 26 August 1977 in Doncaster) is a former rugby player who played rugby union and later rugby league ... He is the son of English Test cricketer Ian Botham ... Botham initially followed in his father's footsteps, playing county cricket for Hampshire ...
Botham - Sport
... Sir Ian Botham, an ex-England cricketer, turned commentator Liam Botham, an ex-professional rugby union, rugby league and cricket player, and son of Sir Ian Sandy Botham, a women's ...
Hit Wicket - Notable Dismissals - Commentary Gaffe
... England and the West Indies at the Oval, Ian Botham fell over his stumps whilst attempting to hook Curtly Ambrose and so was dismissed "hit wicket" ... When he came to Botham's dismissal, his fellow presenter Jonathan Agnew commented that Botham 'just didn't quite get his leg over' ... His reaction has made Botham's dismissal probably the most famous dismissal "hit wicket" ...

Famous quotes containing the word botham:

    God sent children for another purpose than merely to keep up the race—to enlarge our hears; and to make us unselfish and full of kindly sympathies and affections; to give our souls higher aims; to call out all our faculties to extended enterprise and exertion; and to bring round our firesides bright faces, happy smiles, and loving, tender hearts.
    —Mary Botham Howitt (20th century)